I am trying to remote access to my computer from outside my home. Everytime I do I get a "Network is busy" error message. I have tried everything I can think of. I am set up as
a) disabled my firewall (zonealarm), win xp firewall is disabled
b) enabled remote access on win xp
c) I have dlink di604 router
d) I have 3 computers on my network, one WAN IP for all 3
e) I have setup dlink di604 to allow terminal client and winxp remote access to go through. Virtual servers have been setup for private IP: [my wan ip] through private and public port 3389 and the same setup for private IP: [my lan ip] 192.168.0.1
I'm still getting errors to get through. Can anyone help? and if I want to remotely access TWO seperate computers on my home network, how do I do this
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